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Lumbar spine disease with physiotherapy traction bed

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Sep 05,2019

The answer is yes. However, it is necessary to operate it for you through a professional, and your own numb operation may accidentally harm you.

First, we must understand from the pathogen that lumbar disc herniation is one of the common diseases. This disease has not only appeared in the elderly population, but has now spread to young people. Lumbar disc herniation is actually a degenerative change of the intervertebral disc, or the rupture of the annulus caused by external force, leading to damage and destruction of the spinal nerve root, leading to lumbar disc herniation.

So, what is the cause of lumbar disc herniation? What is the warning signal? How to use the traction therapy bed correctly? What should I pay attention to when using a traction therapy bed?

Three major causes of lumbar disc herniationphysiotherapy traction bed

1. Age growth.

With the increase of age, the lumbar intervertebral disc will appear aging, which is manifested by the gradual decrease of the water in the intervertebral disc, causing damage to the intervertebral disc ring, causing the nucleus pulposus to protrude backward or outward, thereby causing lumbar disc herniation. disease. (The traction treatment bed can help you)

2. The waist position is not correct.

People may have incorrect postures in their daily lives, such as long-term sedentary, long-term standing, long-term bending, etc., without proper relief, which will cause excessive pressure on the lumbar intervertebral disc and damage the annulus fibrosus.

3. External force.

The body is too tired, and the person with heavy weight on the waist has been stimulated and deformed by the intervertebral disc for a long time, and the intervertebral disc is easy to cause herniated disc.

The signal that lumbar disc herniation gives you is:

1, intermittent limp

Lumbar disc herniation occurs in the intervertebral disc. When the annulus ruptures, it compresses the spinal cord or nerve roots, which can affect the patient\'s standing or walking, as well as intermittent claudication.

2, low back pain

Low back pain is one of the common symptoms of lumbar disc herniation. When the nerve fibers in the lateral lumbar intervertebral disc and the posterior longitudinal ligament are stimulated, it may cause pain in the lower back or lumbosacral region and the pain is deeper. Determine the confirmed pain point.

3, back pain, leg pain

Most patients with lumbar disc herniation will continue to swell and pain in the lumbar spine and lower extremities, and the pain will become more and more intense.

Once you find a problem, be sure to observe changes in your body and seek medical attention immediately. Now physiotherapy traction therapy can help you relieve pain.

In the following article, we will also take you through the symptoms and mitigation of lumbar disc herniation.

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